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Greetings from Arrowhead Stadium

Post by Eric Williams on Aug. 29, 2009 at 2:54 pm with 3 Comments »
August 29, 2009 2:56 pm

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I just got here about a half hour ago. A few Seahawks are warming up on the field, including Jordan Kent and Lawrence Jackson.

Several of the Seahawks coaches also are getting their workout in before they get ready for the game. Defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, linebackers coach Zerrick Rollins and of course, head coach Jim Mora all ran the stadium stairs before heading to the locker room to get ready.

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You can bet that Mike Holmgren would not be running the stadium stairs a couple hours before the start of the game.

I’ve already posted my thoughts on the game in the previous post, but I thought I would point out this article by Mike Silver of Yahoo Sports on Edgerrin James and the tough situation he’s dealing with in terms of his family. James’ companion, Andia Wilson, died after a spirited battle with leukemia in April, leaving the veteran runner with four kids, all under the age of 12, to care for.

Instead of traveling across the country last weekend, James waited to get his family situated before arriving in Seattle Monday evening.

With James practicing very little this week I would be surprised if he plays much today.

KJR’s Ian Furness talks with NFLDraftScout.com’s Rob Rang about the Seahawks’ rookie players and how he expects them to do in the team’s system, along with some college players for Seattle to look for in 2010 in this audio link.

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  1. seahawklovertoo says:

    I wish us good luck and no injuries.
    GO SEAHAWKS!!!!!

  2. Dukeshire says:

    Eric, you can bet Holmgren wouldn’t be running the stairs at ANY time. Is this your first trip to Arrowhead? It feels like you are right on top of the field. I don’t know if preseason will reflect how intense it can get in there. Have a great time.

  3. Dukeshire: Yeah, this is my first trip to KC. Great food. The seats in the press area are pretty good. We’re right on the 50 yard line, about 30 rows up.

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